Lecturer slain in Juba was ‘revenge killing’

The murder of a lecturer in the capital Juba at the weekend appears to be a revenge killing, the ministry of interior said. Bol Chol, who hailed from Western Lakes State, was a law lecturer at the University of Juba. He was shot dead on his way home near a police post in the Gudele […]

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SPLM-IO rejects South Africa’s proposed arbitration on states’ number

January 17, 2019 (JUBA) – The SPLM-IO has rejected South Africa’s proposal to settle the critical issue of the states’ number and boundaries. Instead, it called for a swift resolution by a regional and international panel.
On Thursday, President Salva Kiir accepted a proposal made by South Africa’s Deputy President David Mabuza to form an arbitration body including the IGAD and South Africa. He further said this mechanism has 90 days, after the formation of the transitional government to (…)


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Grenade detonation leaves 22 injured

At least 22 people have been injured after a soldier detonated a hand grenade in public in Wau, on Friday. The incident happened at 4 pm in a place called Bahr Shirki where many people had gathered. Many of the injured are said to be in critical condition. The town Mayor of said the incident […]

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Meet the man who helped establish South Sudan elite forces

He speaks softly, his brows furrows deeper with soft smile and a well-kept smooth hairless scalp. Maintains a smile most of the time. He does not smoke nor drink alcohol. A staunched catholic. That is just a piece of Major General Stephen Buay Rolnyang. In the army circles, the former army commander is known to […]

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